The sky-blue bell-like flowers of 'Betty Corning' Italian Clematis bloom July to September. The habit is vigorous and it covers a trellis rapidly. All C. viticellas are highly resistant to Clematis wilt.
Group B: Species and Cultivars which tend to be more vigorous growers. They preform best with a yearly hard pruning in late winter or early spring. Always remove dead stems, and cut the Group B plants back to 1' to 2'.
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Clematis viticella Betty Corning #2 on Trellis (light blue bell shaped)
Characteristics & Attributes
Partial Shade/Shade Tolerant
PHS Gold Medal Plant
Black Walnut Tolerant
Clay Soil Tolerant
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